Kenya FX Code: CBK Swings Into Action To Calm Forex Markets
The Kenya FX Code sets out standards for commercial banks, and aims to strengthen and promote the integrity and effective functioning of the wholesale foreign exchange (FX) market in Kenya.
5 Iconic Nairobi Buildings Designed by Jim Archer
Planning Systems Services, the architectural firm behind many of Nairobi's most iconic buildings, this week confirmed the death of Jim Archer, who was its founding partner. He was 84 years old.
How Can You Access Online Trading From Kenya?
The primary way to access online trading from Kenya is through advanced trading and charting platform software that can provide you with uninterrupted price data.
How To Upgrade To New eTIMS VAT Payment System
To enhance compliance and make it easier for thousands of business people to manage their VAT collection and payment, Kenya Revenue Authority introduced the Tax Invoice Management System (TIMS).
Smallholder Potato Development Programme Launched
Smallholder Potato Development Programme formed the ‘Potato Consortium’ that brings together all companies that bring on board domain expertise in all matters potatoes
Kenyan Women In Diaspora a Big Source Of Wealth
The fact that migrant women account for half of global remittance transactions highlights the important role they play in supporting their communities back home.
Currency Volatility: Will a Strong US Dollar Return?
The US dollar’s outlook is increasingly uncertain as the global economy continues to suffer from the effects of trade wars and the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Can Sure Bet Predictions Help Increase Your Chances
To make winning more likely, top betting companies offer sure bet prediction tools and apps.
The 8 Most Popular Sports To Bet On In The World
Here we will explore the 8 most popular sports to bet on around the world and how to get started with betting online.
Kenya Shilling Seen To Sink Further To 130 Against The Dollar
The Kenya shilling set to continue losing value to the dollar as the US Federal Reserve raises rates by 0.25% to reach 4.75% while the Central Bank of Kenya keeps rates steady at 8.75%.